Class v1.SecurityPoliciesClient

The SecurityPolicies API. v1

Package

@google-cloud/compute

Constructors

(constructor)(opts)

constructor(opts?: ClientOptions);

Construct an instance of SecurityPoliciesClient.

Parameter
NameDescription
opts ClientOptions

Properties

apiEndpoint

static get apiEndpoint(): string;

The DNS address for this API service - same as servicePath(), exists for compatibility reasons.

auth

auth: gax.GoogleAuth;

descriptors

descriptors: Descriptors;

innerApiCalls

innerApiCalls: {
        [name: string]: Function;
    };

port

static get port(): number;

The port for this API service.

scopes

static get scopes(): string[];

The scopes needed to make gRPC calls for every method defined in this service.

securityPoliciesStub

securityPoliciesStub?: Promise<{
        [name: string]: Function;
    }>;

servicePath

static get servicePath(): string;

The DNS address for this API service.

warn

warn: (code: string, message: string, warnType?: string) => void;

Methods

addRule(request, options)

addRule(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Inserts a rule into a security policy.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to update.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The body resource for this request
   */
  // const securityPolicyRuleResource = {}

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callAddRule() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
      securityPolicyRuleResource,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.addRule(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callAddRule();

addRule(request, options, callback)

addRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

addRule(request, callback)

addRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IAddRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

close()

close(): Promise<void>;

Terminate the gRPC channel and close the client.

The client will no longer be usable and all future behavior is undefined.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<void>

{Promise} A promise that resolves when the client is closed.

delete(request, options)

delete(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Deletes the specified policy.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
   */
  // const requestId = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to delete.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callDelete() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.delete(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callDelete();

delete(request, options, callback)

delete(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

delete(request, callback)

delete(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IDeleteSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

get(request, options)

get(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

List all of the ordered rules present in a single specified policy.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing [SecurityPolicy]. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#regular-methods) for more details and examples.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to get.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callGet() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.get(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callGet();

get(request, options, callback)

get(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

get(request, callback)

get(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

getProjectId()

getProjectId(): Promise<string>;
Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<string>

getProjectId(callback)

getProjectId(callback: Callback<string, undefined, undefined>): void;
Parameter
NameDescription
callback Callback<string, undefined, undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

getRule(request, options)

getRule(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Gets a rule at the specified priority.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing [SecurityPolicyRule]. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#regular-methods) for more details and examples.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  The priority of the rule to get from the security policy.
   */
  // const priority = 1234
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to which the queried rule belongs.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callGetRule() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.getRule(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callGetRule();

getRule(request, options, callback)

getRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

getRule(request, callback)

getRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyRule, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IGetRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

initialize()

initialize(): Promise<{
        [name: string]: Function;
    }>;

Initialize the client. Performs asynchronous operations (such as authentication) and prepares the client. This function will be called automatically when any class method is called for the first time, but if you need to initialize it before calling an actual method, feel free to call initialize() directly.

You can await on this method if you want to make sure the client is initialized.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<{ [name: string]: Function; }>

{Promise} A promise that resolves to an authenticated service stub.

insert(request, options)

insert(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Creates a new policy in the specified project using the data included in the request.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
   */
  // const requestId = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The body resource for this request
   */
  // const securityPolicyResource = {}

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callInsert() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicyResource,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.insert(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callInsert();

insert(request, options, callback)

insert(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

insert(request, callback)

insert(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IInsertSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

list(request, options)

list(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy[],
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest | null,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList
    ]>;

List all the policies that have been configured for the specified project.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy[], protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest | null, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is Array of [SecurityPolicy]. The client library will perform auto-pagination by default: it will call the API as many times as needed and will merge results from all the pages into this array. Note that it can affect your quota. We recommend using listAsync() method described below for async iteration which you can stop as needed. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#auto-pagination) for more details and examples.

list(request, options, callback)

list(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: PaginationCallback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList | null | undefined, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest
options CallOptions
callback PaginationCallback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList | null | undefined, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

list(request, callback)

list(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, callback: PaginationCallback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList | null | undefined, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest
callback PaginationCallback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicyList | null | undefined, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

listAsync(request, options)

listAsync(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, options?: CallOptions): AsyncIterable<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>;

Equivalent to list, but returns an iterable object.

for-await-of syntax is used with the iterable to get response elements on-demand.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
AsyncIterable<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPolicy>

{Object} An iterable Object that allows [async iteration](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Iteration_protocols). When you iterate the returned iterable, each element will be an object representing [SecurityPolicy]. The API will be called under the hood as needed, once per the page, so you can stop the iteration when you don't need more results. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#auto-pagination) for more details and examples.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  A filter expression that filters resources listed in the response. The expression must specify the field name, an operator, and the value that you want to use for filtering. The value must be a string, a number, or a boolean. The operator must be either `=`, `!=`, `>`, `<`,><=`, `="">=` or `:`. For example, if you are filtering Compute Engine instances, you can exclude instances named `example-instance` by specifying `name != example-instance`. The `:` operator can be used with string fields to match substrings. For non-string fields it is equivalent to the `=` operator. The `:*` comparison can be used to test whether a key has been defined. For example, to find all objects with `owner` label use: ``` labels.owner:* ``` You can also filter nested fields. For example, you could specify `scheduling.automaticRestart = false` to include instances only if they are not scheduled for automatic restarts. You can use filtering on nested fields to filter based on resource labels. To filter on multiple expressions, provide each separate expression within parentheses. For example: ``` (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") ``` By default, each expression is an `AND` expression. However, you can include `AND` and `OR` expressions explicitly. For example: ``` (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") OR (cpuPlatform = "Intel Broadwell") AND (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) ```
   */
  // const filter = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The maximum number of results per page that should be returned. If the number of available results is larger than `maxResults`, Compute Engine returns a `nextPageToken` that can be used to get the next page of results in subsequent list requests. Acceptable values are `0` to `500`, inclusive. (Default: `500`)
   */
  // const maxResults = 1234
  /**
   *  Sorts list results by a certain order. By default, results are returned in alphanumerical order based on the resource name. You can also sort results in descending order based on the creation timestamp using `orderBy="creationTimestamp desc"`. This sorts results based on the `creationTimestamp` field in reverse chronological order (newest result first). Use this to sort resources like operations so that the newest operation is returned first. Currently, only sorting by `name` or `creationTimestamp desc` is supported.
   */
  // const orderBy = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Specifies a page token to use. Set `pageToken` to the `nextPageToken` returned by a previous list request to get the next page of results.
   */
  // const pageToken = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Opt-in for partial success behavior which provides partial results in case of failure. The default value is false.
   */
  // const returnPartialSuccess = true

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callList() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
    };

    // Run request
    const iterable = await computeClient.listAsync(request);
    for await (const response of iterable) {
        console.log(response);
    }
  }

  callList();

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request, options)

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse,
        (protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | undefined),
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Gets the current list of preconfigured Web Application Firewall (WAF) expressions.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse, (protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | undefined), {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing [SecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse]. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#regular-methods) for more details and examples.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  A filter expression that filters resources listed in the response. The expression must specify the field name, an operator, and the value that you want to use for filtering. The value must be a string, a number, or a boolean. The operator must be either `=`, `!=`, `>`, `<`,><=`, `="">=` or `:`. For example, if you are filtering Compute Engine instances, you can exclude instances named `example-instance` by specifying `name != example-instance`. The `:` operator can be used with string fields to match substrings. For non-string fields it is equivalent to the `=` operator. The `:*` comparison can be used to test whether a key has been defined. For example, to find all objects with `owner` label use: ``` labels.owner:* ``` You can also filter nested fields. For example, you could specify `scheduling.automaticRestart = false` to include instances only if they are not scheduled for automatic restarts. You can use filtering on nested fields to filter based on resource labels. To filter on multiple expressions, provide each separate expression within parentheses. For example: ``` (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") ``` By default, each expression is an `AND` expression. However, you can include `AND` and `OR` expressions explicitly. For example: ``` (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") OR (cpuPlatform = "Intel Broadwell") AND (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) ```
   */
  // const filter = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The maximum number of results per page that should be returned. If the number of available results is larger than `maxResults`, Compute Engine returns a `nextPageToken` that can be used to get the next page of results in subsequent list requests. Acceptable values are `0` to `500`, inclusive. (Default: `500`)
   */
  // const maxResults = 1234
  /**
   *  Sorts list results by a certain order. By default, results are returned in alphanumerical order based on the resource name. You can also sort results in descending order based on the creation timestamp using `orderBy="creationTimestamp desc"`. This sorts results based on the `creationTimestamp` field in reverse chronological order (newest result first). Use this to sort resources like operations so that the newest operation is returned first. Currently, only sorting by `name` or `creationTimestamp desc` is supported.
   */
  // const orderBy = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Specifies a page token to use. Set `pageToken` to the `nextPageToken` returned by a previous list request to get the next page of results.
   */
  // const pageToken = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Opt-in for partial success behavior which provides partial results in case of failure. The default value is false.
   */
  // const returnPartialSuccess = true

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callListPreconfiguredExpressionSets() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callListPreconfiguredExpressionSets();

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request, options, callback)

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request, callback)

listPreconfiguredExpressionSets(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.ISecurityPoliciesListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsResponse, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListPreconfiguredExpressionSetsSecurityPoliciesRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

listStream(request, options)

listStream(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest, options?: CallOptions): Transform;

Equivalent to method.name.toCamelCase(), but returns a NodeJS Stream object.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IListSecurityPoliciesRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Transform

{Stream} An object stream which emits an object representing [SecurityPolicy] on 'data' event. The client library will perform auto-pagination by default: it will call the API as many times as needed. Note that it can affect your quota. We recommend using listAsync() method described below for async iteration which you can stop as needed. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#auto-pagination) for more details and examples.

patch(request, options)

patch(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Patches the specified policy with the data included in the request. This cannot be used to be update the rules in the policy. Please use the per rule methods like addRule, patchRule, and removeRule instead.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
   */
  // const requestId = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to update.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The body resource for this request
   */
  // const securityPolicyResource = {}

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callPatch() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
      securityPolicyResource,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.patch(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callPatch();

patch(request, options, callback)

patch(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

patch(request, callback)

patch(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

patchRule(request, options)

patchRule(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Patches a rule at the specified priority.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  The priority of the rule to patch.
   */
  // const priority = 1234
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to update.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'
  /**
   *  The body resource for this request
   */
  // const securityPolicyRuleResource = {}

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callPatchRule() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
      securityPolicyRuleResource,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.patchRule(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callPatchRule();

patchRule(request, options, callback)

patchRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

patchRule(request, callback)

patchRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IPatchRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

removeRule(request, options)

removeRule(request?: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options?: CallOptions): Promise<[
        LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>,
        protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined,
        {} | undefined
    ]>;

Deletes a rule at the specified priority.

Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest

The request object that will be sent.

options CallOptions

Call options. See CallOptions for more details.

Returns
TypeDescription
Promise<[ LROperation<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, null>, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation | undefined, {} | undefined ]>

{Promise} - The promise which resolves to an array. The first element of the array is an object representing a long running operation. Please see the [documentation](https://github.com/googleapis/gax-nodejs/blob/master/client-libraries.md#long-running-operations) for more details and examples. This method is considered to be in beta. This means while stable it is still a work-in-progress and under active development, and might get backwards-incompatible changes at any time. .promise() is not supported yet.

Example

  /**
   * TODO(developer): Uncomment these variables before running the sample.
   */
  /**
   *  The priority of the rule to remove from the security policy.
   */
  // const priority = 1234
  /**
   *  Project ID for this request.
   */
  // const project = 'my-project'
  /**
   *  Name of the security policy to update.
   */
  // const securityPolicy = 'abc123'

  // Imports the Compute library
  const {SecurityPoliciesClient} = require('@google-cloud/compute').v1;

  // Instantiates a client
  const computeClient = new SecurityPoliciesClient();

  async function callRemoveRule() {
    // Construct request
    const request = {
      project,
      securityPolicy,
    };

    // Run request
    const response = await computeClient.removeRule(request);
    console.log(response);
  }

  callRemoveRule();

removeRule(request, options, callback)

removeRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, options: CallOptions, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
options CallOptions
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void

removeRule(request, callback)

removeRule(request: protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest, callback: Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>): void;
Parameters
NameDescription
request protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest
callback Callback<protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IOperation, protos.google.cloud.compute.v1.IRemoveRuleSecurityPolicyRequest | null | undefined, {} | null | undefined>
Returns
TypeDescription
void